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Re: Gypsum - Soil Conditioner

In a message dated 1/5/00 8:15:08 AM Eastern Standard Time, janh@infocom.com 

<< What do you all think about using Gypsum for a soil conditioner for growing
 hosta - outside?
 Jan - Zone 5

Here in the clay of Southwest Ohio it not only is a good idea it is 
necessary.  I probably use more Gypsum than any other amendment to the soil.  
Anyway it couldn't hurt and it sure does a number on breaking up the clay.

Narda-zone 5
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